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The triumphs and heartbreak of climate change trailblazers

A book proposal on pioneering entrepreneurial solutions to climate change by Ariel de Fauconberg, a PhD student at Cambridge Judge Business School, is named a finalist by the Financial Times in the Bracken Bower Prize for best book proposal by…

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Ariel de Fauconberg.

The future of farming: from eating insects to urban agriculture

In this special Insight article, we look at how the Entrepreneurship Centre and Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School are supporting new ventures to improve sustainability in agriculture to meet the demands of a growing global…

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Insects such as crickets are a good source of protein.

Forbes Mexico: Alejandro Díaz de León appointed to the Advisory Board of the World Economic Forum’s Climate Governance Initiative

Mauro Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, is one of the members of the new Advisory Board of the World Economic Forum's Climate Governance Initiative. The Climate Governance Initiative has a mission to mobilize boards of directors or boards…

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Nature: Social media enables people-centric climate action in the hard-to-decarbonise building sector

A study co-authored by Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about the role of social media in climate action. Read the full article [nature.com]…

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How to boost social media engagement for climate-change action

Public sentiment on social media (including fear, sadness and anger) is highly reactive to global policy actions, finds study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School based on more than 250,000 tweets over a 13-year period. Dr Ramit Debnath Public sentiment…

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Apartment buildings in Hong Kong.

Why COP27 was always going to just be a placeholder

It is unrealistic to expect breakthroughs at every climate summit yet they are still important. by Professor David Reiner, Professor of Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School Professor David Reiner As COP27 nears its finale on Friday, one key…

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Protestors holding signs during on a demonstration for environmentalism.

COP27: Hellish conditions in cities if global temperatures continue to rise

As COP27 continues in Egypt, in this blogpost Mauro Guillén looks at the world we may inhabit in 2030 if current trends continue, and what can be done to alter this trajectory. by Professor Mauro F Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge…

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The heat will become unbearable in cities in the near future if current climate change trends continue.

COP27: how developing countries can lead a ‘just’ climate transition

Andika Aufar Satria, a Cambridge MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, leads a non-profit organisation in Indonesia called the Society of Renewable Energy and has worked on climate engagements as part of the Boston Consulting Group. He is part…

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Andika Aufar Satria at COP27.

Careers with impact: how the Cambridge MBA puts ESG at the forefront

On the eve of COP27, with world leaders gathering in Egypt, we explore how an MBA from Cambridge Judge Business School can equip you for leadership in the sustainability or ESG space and we meet two MBA alumni whose career…

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Four female MBA students outside.

Eurasia Review: Towards a global agenda for digitalisation without greenhouse emissions – analysis

The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) and the Digital Assets Programme (DAP) featured in this article about reconciling digitalisation with decarbonisation. The 26th UN Climate Change Conference held in Glasgow in November 2021 partially addressed the issue of reconciling…

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